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Rumored new iPad fuels speculation

Rumored new iPad fuels speculation

Rumors are flying about Apple's plans for the next big iPad release.

Remember a couple of weeks ago when Apple rolled out the all new iPhone 6 and fresh new operating software, iOS 8? Some Apple fans and tech reporters were surprised that the company stayed completely mum about any new iPad plans.

The rumor mill is spinning overtime that Apple will announce new iPads this month, just in time to get them on holiday wish lists and in shopper's baskets. Since last month's release of the largest iPhones ever, will Apple crank up iPad's screen size, too?

I'm hearing some industry watchers say that iPad's largest-ever screen, perhaps nearly 13 inches diagonally, is indeed in the works. Though I doubt a big-screen iPad probably will be ready for holiday shoppers this year.

Still, Apple could have some surprises up its sleeve for the rumored new iPad. There are photos going around that show what some think will be a big change for the popular tablet.

Last year after the gold iPhone 5 was unveiled, there was speculation the Apple would eventually do same for the iPad. Well, that day could be now.

Supposedly, Apple's next iPad Air will be offered with a gold color option in addition to the standard silver and gray finishes.

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Other iPad Air improvements include a faster processor, a much better camera and Touch ID/fingerprint recognition.

But Apple rumors have been wrong before in predicting a gold iPad. So even if there is no gold iPad this holiday season, you could just take the DIY route to make your own version.

Gold Spray Paint

Would you be more likely to buy a gold iPad over one of the other models? Let me know in the comments below.

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